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The Bulkeley Bridge: An Architectural Treasure

Each day over 140,000 drivers pass directly over one of New England’s most important architectural treasures. Most are daily commuters who see only red taillights, tandem trailers and merging traffic.

By Sam L. Rothman | July 13, 2012
Glass Blowing

Peter Greenwood Creates a Paperweight

One of the items that attendees of Peter's workshops can make is a paperweight and here Peter guides us through the process.

By Mark B. Oliver | November 03, 2016
Da Capo: Perfect For Summertime Al Fresco Dining

Restaurant Review - Litchfield, Connecticut

For authentic Italian dining, treat yourself and your family at the delightful da Capo.

By Mark B. Oliver | August 03, 2015
Monster Wall

Over The Border in the Shawangunks

I am terrified of heights. Let me reveal that little secret now. After reading this, you will believe one of two things: 1) I’m a liar or 2) I’m a masochist. Admittedly, I’m a writer, so...

By John Bateman | December 12, 2014
A Very British Art Scene

Part 2 - The Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, CT

One of the many fascinating aspects of the Yale Centre For British Art is its adaptability. Throughout the year it houses not only its permanent collection of paintings and sculpture, but becomes...

By Brian Scott-Smith | December 09, 2014

Restaurant Review - New Milford, Connecticut

Adrienne's provides fine American dining in an exquisite location.

By Mark B. Oliver | December 08, 2014
A Very British Art Scene

Part 1 - The Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, CT

As you walk down Chapel Street in Downtown New Haven, Connecticut, you’re surrounded by art and architecture from the little boutique shops to the grandeur of the Yale University Campus.

By Brian Scott-Smith | October 21, 2014

Restaurant Review, Roxbury, CT

By Mark B. Oliver | April 30, 2014
Historic Ship Nautilus and the Submarine Force Museum, Groton, Connecticut

The museum maintains the world’s finest collection of submarine artifacts.

By Mark B. Oliver | October 24, 2012


October 01, 2012
May 22, 2012
BY Matt Lamson

The Constitution State with its unique geography and close proximity to New York City, is a state of startling contrasts from wealthy suburban enclaves, to rural towns situated in rustic hills. Long picturesque seacoasts, stunning lakes and striking rivers are also abundant.

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Hier kommt der Untertitel rein, ja, 127 Zeichen koennen ganz schoen viel sein, denke ich, oder doch, wie denn sonst so was geht

In our first monthly column on the Naval Submarine Base New London, or SUBASE, ONE looks at the history and development of the world’s first submarine base. In our first monthly column on the Naval Su

By H. ‘高學勤’ < “Test” „Autor“ #"2' (\~/) | September 15, 2020
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